More than 100,000 screaming, crazy fans will descened on LSU Saturday for the highly touted match up between the Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs. Some are already setting up camp.

Fans started rolling into Tigerland Friday afternoon, eagerly anticipating the next round of a great rivalry. LSU leads this series 12 games to nine. But Georgia has won the last two battles by just one point. Both teams are sporting some big stars expected to make miracles happen come 2:30 Saturday afternoon.

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And of course Tiger fans are keeping a worried eye on last year's SEC player of the year - Bulldog defensive end Davy Polluck. Even his high school teacher is in Baton Rouge for this match up.

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One factor even Georgia fans won't deny though - homefield advantage. There's no place like Tiger Stadium for either playing or tailgating.

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So what do ESPN Gameday experts have to say about all this amateur analysis?

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The game is a sold out, but don't worry because ticketless fans can catch all the action live on WAFB. Kick off is at 2:30 p.m.